Food Farm program held over two days

The threshing club seeds about five acres of a field west of the museum compound using horses and vintage farm implements

Food Farm program held over two daysKenneth Brown of The Clarion An annual Food Farm program for students has gone ahead as planned even though Mother Nature did not co-operate for a seeding demonstration on the same day. The Kindersley Antique Threshing Club was scheduled to hold its annual seeding demonstration on June 15 at the Kindersley and District Plains Museum,…

Virtual-reality gaming in perfect bite-sized portions

At places like Breakout VR, you can discover the kinds of games on the market and get a brief taste of the current state of VR without spending a bundle

Virtual-reality gaming in perfect bite-sized portionsVirtual-reality gaming has always vaguely piqued my curiosity but the technology hasn’t yet demanded my attention. Having your own virtual reality (VR) system is pricey, and there’s a visual and physical disconnect between you and anyone else in the room. I love playing games with other people, sharing the experience. Playing online with others is…

Eat, drink, play Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!!, be merry

This game takes the player deep into the world of running a restaurant, with tasty challenges throughout

Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! Publisher/developer: Vertigo Gaming Want to experience the thrill and exhaustion of working in the restaurant industry by playing a challenging game that requires intense, constant focus? Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! is the answer. Its light-hearted presentation and rewarding, satisfying gameplay softens the edge of a really tough but wonderful game. You…

Vegas, baby … a guide to poolside parties and clubs

You can go to Vegas to gamble, see expensive shows or to shop like crazy. Or you can go to party on the cheap, like we did

Vegas, baby … a guide to poolside parties and clubsLas Vegas in the summer isn’t a bad gamble, despite the heat and even if you don't gamble. My girlfriend, a friend and I recently spent four summer days in Vegas. The first thing you notice is the wall of dry oppressive heat. “Stepping outside is like checking the turkey in the oven,” someone joked.…

Old Man’s Journey a tale of hope and redemption

This short video game is high on quality, humanity and sentimentality. And it's perfect for playing in bits on a mobile device, perhaps while you're on transit

Review: Old Man’s Journey Developer: Broken Rules Supported by: Indie Fund, Vienna Business Agency Platform: Windows, Mac, ios, Android Rating: none (recommend for ages 4+ on App store) Price: Cdn$8.79 on Steam Old Man’s Journey is a relaxing, lightly puzzle-based game about a man who sets off on a hopeful adventure to find redemption. It…

What’s new and exciting in the gaming world

A periodic roundup of game-related subjects to keep you abreast of developments and trends (and a few other things that amuse and intrigue me)

What’s new and exciting in the gaming worldSaddle up – it’s roundup time. I’ll be doing a periodic roundup of game-related subjects to keep you abreast of developments and trends (and I’ll throw in a few other things that amuse and intrigue me). This week, we’ll look at games I’m enjoying, big games I haven’t had a chance to play but are…

Video game Beat Cop soon wears out its welcome

This throwback pixel art game honours 1980s cop shows, but it tends to tedium – with some unsettling racist and homophobic elements thrown in

Video game Beat Cop soon wears out its welcomeReview: Beat Cop Developer: Pixel Crow Publisher: 11 bit Studios Platform: PC, Mac, Linux Price: $16.99 (Steam) Rating: none currently, lots of mature content Beat Cop is a balancing act. Ultimately, the scales of justice tip the wrong way. You play as (now stay with me) a beat cop. You’re a recently-demoted detective, framed for…